Moffitt researchers discover pathways to activate dendritic cells, produce strong anti-tumor immunity

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In a study published in Cancer Immunology Research, researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center, led by Amer A. Beg, show how stimulating dendritic cells through the CD40 and interferon β pathways produces strong T-cell activity against tumors and works in conjunction with immune checkpoint inhibitors to produce even stronger responses. 

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